Hipmunk City Love: The Best Midtown Accommodation in Atlanta

Atlanta is known for its fusion of old Southern charm and sleek modernity. Peach trees break up the three impressive skylines in this bustling city, lined with historical buildings and glistening skyscrapers alike. There’s a wide range of fantastic tourist activities, regional Southern eateries, and boutique shopping. However, choosing where to stay can be overwhelming. As an up-and-coming area with fantastic nightlife, the Midtown district is quickly becoming a top choice for travelers. Here, I’ve compiled a list of the best budget hotels in Atlanta’s Midtown District.

The Magnolia Room @ Big House

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As someone who loves quirky accommodation, the Magnolia Room is first on this list for that very reason. With huge windows that get plenty of natural light, you’ll have a view of the old Magnolia trees and Ponce de Leon Ave. This historic building, built in 1919, has taken many forms since, such as art collective, hostel, and charity. You definitely get a hostel vibe from the Big House, making it all the more cozy. You can wander the huge property but still remain close to the action of Midtown.

Cushy One-Bedroom Apartment

If you’d like your own place while exploring Atlanta, consider the Cushy One-Bedroom Apartment in the heart of Midtown. This apartment is charmingly decorated in a retro 1950’s design and features a full, separate bathroom and kitchen. You’ll have all of the amenities you need as well as access to a sunny courtyard. Most major attractions, bars, and eateries are within walking distance or a short taxi ride away.

Piedmont Park Airbnb

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While this Piedmont Park Airbnb is a private room, you’ll feel like you have your own place with a separate bathroom and entrance. The house is very cozy, blending chic modern design and a touch of classic charm. From here you can reach Piedmont Park on foot, as well as swanky local bars, a movie theatre, and grocery store. This is a fantastic budget option for travelers.

Hotel Indigo Atlanta Midtown

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The boutique Hotel Indigo features vibrant, colorful rooms that reflect the artsy side of Midtown district. If you a traveler that appreciates amenities, you’ll be very content here with access to a 24-hour studio and business center. Downstairs you’ll also find a cozy lounge and bistro amidst colorful wall murals and swanky furniture. Here you won’t have to worry about being far from the best Midtown Attractions, as the famous Fox Theatre is just across the street. You can also walk to great eateries like the Publik Draft House and Mary Mac’s Tea Room.

Artmore Hotel – Midtown

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The Artmore Hotel is a charming, Spanish-style building constructed in 1924. Here you’ll enjoy more classic boutique rooms, with wooden furnishings and creamy muted tones. The location of the Artmore is unbeatable, with the MARTA metro stop just across the street. You’ll also be walking distance from the High Museum of Art and Alliance Theatre. If you’d prefer to spend some time relaxing, you can enjoy the tranquil courtyard or the new Cocktail Garden on sunny afternoons.

The Midtown district of Atlanta offers culture, art, and delicious eateries for travelers on a budget. Whatever your preferred type of accommodation, you’ll find somewhere cozy to spend your trip without breaking the bank.

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